How can I hide a whole house generator pool pump and pool heater?

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Because electric and plumbing are underground I can not dig into the ground and plant trees or bushes

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  • MawD MawD on Jan 06, 2019

    You could possibly use privacy fencing if theres a way to secure them without digging.

    • Joanne Joanne on Jan 06, 2019

      thank you for the link unfortunately all options listed requires digging

  • Karen Brunck Karen Brunck on Jan 06, 2019

    You could purchase or build large planter boxes to hold evergreen shrubs.

    • Joanne Joanne on Jan 06, 2019

      Thanks I built 1 large planter and I also thought of adding 2 more but wanted to see if there was another option first

  • Susan Lundquist Susan Lundquist on Jan 06, 2019

    If you can attach two posts to your house as anchors, the three sides of your enclosure could be free standing. The two outside posts will need a heavy wide base platform (1/2” steel plate with a center rod is best, but a several layers of treated plywood will last for several years).


    Simpler way is to set the two outside posts in large pots and fill with concrete. Leave a couple of inches above concrete to put in gravel, seashells, or colorful tumbled glass. To keep that dry, drill some perimeter drain holes above concrete level.

  • Mogie Mogie on Jan 06, 2019

    A screen to hide the equipment can just sit on the ground no digging needed. A pool box would just sit over the equipment again no digging. All they need is level ground to sit on.

  • Pragati Pragati on Apr 03, 2020

    Off-course you can't dig it, but I suggest you can try tall shrubs around it so it won't look bad at all. Or even being more creative you can hide it through birdhouse picket Fence or purchase a good outdoor privacy screen and let vines grow up.


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